PG-13 | | Adventure, Comedy, Crime
A babysitter must battle her way through the big city after being stranded there with the kids she's looking after.
The project started in the 1960s, with Jane Fonda in mind for the lead role. It was abandoned in the 1970s, then Chris Columbus restarted it in the 1980s. Jane Fonda was too old for the role by then, so it went to Bridget Fonda, who withdrew from the project before auditions began.
Uh... where's the spare?
Daryl: Maybe it's on the car... you think?
Around 1 hour and 15 minutes, they said that the time was 11:41 pm. But when they were driving on the street, the clock on the tower was around 10:03 pm.
Shot of the thug who chased the little girl outside of skyscraper whimpering about being stuck out there.
The UK cinema version (released as "A Night On The Town") was cut by 8 secs for a PG rating to remove uses of the word 'fuck'. Later video versions were released under the original title and uncut after being upgraded to a 15 certificate. The print UK television uses for daytime showings however is the PG-friendly cut cinema version, carrying the 'A Night On The Town' title - so it can appear on UK television under both titles at times depending on the time of day it is shown.
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